Expertise


Expertise from ApoliMer members / applied research

Participatory intangible cultural heritage inventory between nature and culture on the mouth of the biggest river of France and wetlands (in eco-anthropology, ethnobiology, ethnobotany, ethnozoology), according to the ministry and UNESCO standards. Here the Research Carnet on Hypothèses.

 

Work on different funds (analysis, ranking, writing, valuation, ...) : funds of the Préfecture Maritime de Brest, State Action at Sea (Serie ZH) ; iconographic funds of DCNS Brest (Serie 9 Fi), ...

 

Interdisciplinarity work on different bays of Brittany region to provide integrated and targeted scientific support to territories and regional governance throughout the plan to combat green algae blooms.

 

The common sea angel (Squatina squatina) is a species that is listed as "critically endangered" by IUCN and listed as a species on the OSPAR list. Present in various coastal sectors of the northeast Atlantic waters in the past, the species has now almost disappeared from most of them. Only rare incidental catches still bear witness to the presence of the species, with the exception of the Canary Islands where a population home remains. Knowing the historic habitat of this species is an important part of the proposed conservation strategy for the waters of the northeast Atlantic. It is in this context that a convention has been set up between the French Agency for Biodiversity (AFB) and the Association for the Study and Conservation of Selacians (APECS) in order to propose a six-month internship. ApoliMer provides methodological support in the social sciences. The role of the trainee will be to gather as much historical and ethnographic data as possible, including meeting sea users, and analyzing different sources and materials.

 

Work on the transport of goods by water with a comparative study of an ethnological heritage : the case of the Loire estuary, the Gulf of Morbihan and the south of the Nantes-Brest Canal.

 

The French Assessment of Ecosystems and Ecosystem Services (Efese) is a program of a series of assessments designed to better understand and publicize the state of French biodiversity and its multiple values so that they are better taken into account in public and private decisions.